Lewis Conway Jr. is a serial entrepreneur, with almost two decades of experience in the broadcast and music industry, in film as a screenwriter and editor, and in-the-trenches experience as a sought after speaker and lecturer, author of three books, mentor and criminal justice organizer, his strategic vision is radically different.
Lewis has built a cachet of servant-leadership through several campaigns in municipal and state political theaters. On July 23, 2018, Conway filed to become the first formerly incarcerated person in Texas to have their name on an electoral ballot. On November 6, 2018, he garnered 11% of vote, ultimately losing his first bid for political office.
Prior to his political, leadership and entrepreneurial efforts, Conway spent 2,095 days in Texas prisons and 4,012 days on parole for Voluntary Manslaughter.
In 2018, he founded Equally Yoked Marketing with Darrin Chapman.